Low Vitamin D levels are linked to a number of issues, including: heart disease, diabetes, cancer and even more frequent common colds.
You can make sure you're getting enough Vitamin D by taking oral supplements.
Daily intake guidelines are as follows -
0-1 years: 400 IU Vitamin D daily
1-70 years: 600 IU Vitamin D daily
> 70 years: 800 IU Vitamin D daily
For more information watch Tuesday House Call with Dr. Stephen Ponder.